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Logan Center for the Arts

Screening Room, 2nd floor

915 E 60th St

Chicago, IL 60637

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James N. Kienitz Wilkins’s film tracks a small network of artists and their associates, skipping between scripted performances and conversations in which real people play versions of themselves. A highly inventive look at creative life, labor, and technology, the film is a discordant rush of layered images—contrasting views, superimposed—set to a shifting radio soundtrack.

Kienitz Wilkins says his goal was to “reflect our multifaceted contemporary world where there is no one right way to look or listen: we are perpetually barraged by a sea of information, histories, and the promises of absolute connection, while remaining fundamentally alone.”

A discussion with the filmmaker follows the screening.

This event is co-presented with the Film Studies Center at the University of Chicago.


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